10 Buddha Bowls That Won’t Break Your New Year’s Resolution

If you are trying to get back on track with eating healthy this New Year, then do it right with Buddha bowls. Now, you’re probably thinking a Buddha bowls is some kind of bland, boring raw hippie bowl packed with all kinds of seeds and other weird hippie ingredients. While they may included seeds and veggies, they’re anything but boring.

From Cuban to Korean cuisine, Buddha bowls celebrate the flavors of life. They can be whatever you want them to be, as long as you can pile it high in a mound that looks as joyful as Buddha’s belly. The only real trend in composition is a protein, greens, and a grain. That’s it!

So bust out the biggest bowl you can find and try one of these scrumptious combinations to stay healthy and happy this New Year.

1. Sweet Potato, Squash, and Kale Quinoa Bowl

The Girl on Bloor

This is the Buddha bowl to celebrate the flavors of roasting. Roasted sweet potatoes and acorn squash topped with chili lime chickpeas – yes please!

Get the recipe here.

2. The Ultimate Winter Bliss Bowls

Pinch of Yum

Need a winter pick me up? The Ultimate Winter Bliss Bowl is packed with everything you need to stay healthy and happy this winter.

3. Greek Quinoa Buddha Bowl

Emilie Eats

The Mediterranean diet has been proven time and time again to be one of the healthiest. That’s why you need to add this bowl to the rotation.

The Greek Quinoa Buddha bowl celebrates the flavors of the Mediterranean in the most delicious way.

4. Cuban Quinoa Bowls

Heather Christo

Anything but boring, the Cuban Quinoa Bowl is where it’s at!

5. Portobello Fajita Buddha Bowl

Eat Healthy, Eat Happy

Fajita spices are really what makes this Buddha bowl stand out from the rest. Chili, paprika, chipotle, and cumin give the portobellos a kick that will satisfy any Mexican food craving.

Get the recipe here.

6. Korean BBQ Tofu Bowls

Oh My Veggies

If you don’t have the luxury of having a Korean BBQ joint anywhere within driving distance, then satisfy your taste buds with this Korean BBQ Tofu Bowl recipe.

7. Bahn Mi Bowls with Sticky Tofu

Choosing Tofu

If you’re trying to cut back on carbs this New Year, then skip the roll and turn your Bahn Mi into a Buddha bowl.

Get the recipe here.

8. Sheet Pan Winter Buddha Bowls

Yummy Mummy Kitchen

We love recipes that let the oven do all the work for us! Toss your winter veggies onto a baking pan and roast your way to a bowl full of goodness.

Ge the recipe here.

9 .(Falafel) Winter Buddha Bowl

Well and Full

The beet-colored couscous in this Winter Buddha Bowl adds a burst of color to a drab winter. Plus, you get a winter treat with the kale falafel that’s topped in a fresh, herb tahini sauce.

10. Winter Goodness Bowl with a Green Sauce

Lazy Cat Kitchen

If you’re really looking for a way to detox this New Year, then you need this Winter Goodness Bowl.

Packed with vitamin rich veggies and topped with pomegranate seeds, it’s a taste of winter bliss.

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